Setting up trust relationship between CP server and CP clients manually

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Setting up trust relationship between CP server and CP clients manually

 

For each VCS 6.0 and later client cluster, run the following command on the CP server:

EAT_DATA_DIR=/var/VRTSvcs/vcsauth/data/CPSERVER	\
/opt/VRTSvcs/bin/vcsat setuptrust -b \
ip_addres_of_any_node_in_client_cluster:14149 -s high

For each older client cluster, run the following command on the CP server:

EAT_DATA_DIR=/var/VRTSvcs/vcsauth/data/CPSERVER	\
/opt/VRTSvcs/bin/vcsat setuptrust -b \
ip_addres_of_any_node_in_client_cluster:2821 -s high

On each VCS 6.0 and later client node, run the following command:

EAT_DATA_DIR=/var/VRTSvcs/vcsauth/data/CPSADM	\
/opt/VRTSvcs/bin/vcsat setuptrust -b \
ip_addres_of_cp_server:14149 -s high

On each older client node, run the following command:

/bin/echo y | /opt/VRTSvcs/bin/vcsat setuptrust -b \
ip_addres_of_cp_server:14149 -s high

See About upgrading secure VCS 5.x clusters to VCS 6.0 and later

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